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going up on the westside, penn station because electrification meant something important to the pennsylvania railroad. at the pennsylvania and the nuke central were like the coke and pepsi of railroads, if you will. total fierce competition. but at that point the pennsylvania railroad dropped all its passengers off in new jersey. hey had to take a ferry across to manhattan. but electrification meant they could build a tunnel under the hudson river. and they did that and then they built a tunnel under the east river to connect to the long island railroad. that was yet another reason that the new york central realized it had to build a giant majestic, grand central terminal in the middle of manhattan. in 2011, metro-north became the nation's busiest in your railroad. might not think of it as that but it surpassed the long island. and this book is not just about a building. it's sort of a biography of grand central if you will. it's about people. it's william, the chief engineer who came up with this ingenious plan to build grand central. brian hendricks on a metro cop who b
traiting on high traffic areas like penn station. marathon was supposed to be the pen cal of the year for runners, instead it turned in to a chaosic and scary time. sherrie johnson is live this morning at bwi with more on local runners from the event. this is a live look at camden yard. we will go to sherrie johnson in a few minutes at the airport where a number of local runners, more than 100 were making way to come home. >> reporter: that's exactly right. there are 450 runners that are from our state here, we are here at bwi where a number of them came in already last night and some are expected today and even tomorrow. we checked with the airline, the first flight from boston is scheduled 7:30 this morning, folks should pour in. the joyous and exciting event of the marathon has been overshadowed. the howard county striders sent runners. the group crossed the finish line before the explosion. they are shaken by what happened. phil coaches the junior striders, he crossed the finish line in boston 17 times, when the explosions happened he put on the jacket to show his pride. >> boston
accommodating 67 tracks. that is much better than penn station number was. one of the things the new york senator was looking at what it felt as terminal was over a shoulder at this place going up the west side, penn station because electrification meant something important to the pennsylvania railroad and the pennsylvania and new york road where the pepsi of railroads if you will. total fierce competition. but at that point, the pennsylvania railroad dropped all its passengers of a new jersey and they have to take a ferry across manhattan. electrification meant they could build a tunnel under the hudson river and they did that and built a tunnel under the east river to connect to the long island railroad and that is yet another reason the new york central realized it had to build a giant, majestic, grand central terminal and the middle of. veteran the became the north commuter railroad. it actually surpass the long island. this book is not about a building. it is the biography, people, chief engineer who comes with her ingenious plan. brian henry who befriended the homeless, under john h
that article you show at the beginning. william penn had been world peace in 1693 and it was a concept akin to what the united nations was to become. did the promoters mentioned that? and was it the fact the united nations day shares william penn's new calendar birthday. >> they didn't make the connection with the birthday. however, from the beginning this reference to william penn as a world citizen. benjamin franklin in the same way. philadelphians are played in all their cars in her train philadelphia is a world place, which is a contemporary concern as well. it's an interesting echo for me. there is also another promoter who is promoting the area around pennsylvania, who is very persistent and his idea was all about william penn. he thought it should be intent living it, but not philadelphia. he thought that was not an appropriate setting for this organization. so he pushed the area around media and brought a number of northeastern pennsylvania communities into the competition, each with their own proposal. places in the poconos came end in order to make that connection with william pen
stands. >>> and the debate that may surprise you with outspoken unpredictable magic man, penn gillette, actor billy baldwin and conservative kelly ann conway. >>> and what the hell's going on with justin bieber? we have advice for the teen idol from someone who has been through it before, lance bass. >>> good evening. this is "piers morgan live." a lot to get through tonight. we will start of course with the rising tensions in north korea. the eyes of the world are on that region tonight, looking at the demilitarized zone, no man's land between north and south korea. we learned today that the north may be planning to launch a mobile ballistic missile, possibly in a matter of days. that's according to a u.s. official who told cnn communications intercepts the plans. u.s. officials have seen movement in missile components over the last few days on north korea's east coast. those missiles could have a range of 2500 miles, enough to threaten south korea, japan and southeast asia. just how serious is the threat? joining me now is a man with strong feelings on all this, newt gingrich, the fo
the beginning. the beginning in just this past year, just penn, half a million students have signed up for our courses, and it just has huge potential. >> rose: just a moment to look at history. why has it been slow come something. >> technology had to reach a point, charlie, where you could simply get the pipes to a speed, of scope and scale basically where someone in india, in egypt, in africa would have the bandwidth, regular electricity and the cheap enough computer or tablet in order to participate, and what happened over the last decade is we got that amount of enter connectivity, that was a huge revolution, great inflection and disguised by the sub ime crisis in 2,000 -- so what are the problems here? >> so we should be damage totally clear about this, right now there isn't a business model for what we are doing. we are doing it because we are mission driven. we believe, as thomas said this very eloquently and forcefully if we don't do it we are going to be dinosaurs and our faculty, are really -- they really love it and they want to do better, but thereisn't a business model right now.
want to go to the penn station kmart with me and then watch tootsie? - i'm sorry. that's what you're doing instead of spending christmas eve with your family? - it's my new thing-- travel on christmas day. that way, i avoid the annual lemon family blowup. and this year it's gonna be a doozy. my aunt linda is bringing her new boyfriend, who is neither her age nor her race. and her ex-husband will also be there with his date, alcoholism. i swoop in the next day for presents and pie. - well, if you're around, come by for dinner. colleen will be up from florida, and, um, she'd love to see you. - because my youthful energy makes her feel young? - no, because she views you as a peer she can complain with about how no one wears pantyhose any longer. - ah, how are we supposed to conceal our spider veins? bare-legged at christmas. okay, guys, this kabletown promo is the last thing we have to do before the holiday break. - liz lemon, i cannot participate in this promo. - why? - because it's not honest. as an actor, it is my job to tell the truth, hold the mirror to humanity, and sell proact
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now, i've been representing the colonial penn life insurance company, and i'm here today to talk with some of their insurance representatives about their guaranteed acceptance life insurance. that was a really good point. hi, alex. hi, everyone. i thought it'd be interesting to hear from you what your customers say are some of the things they like best about colonial penn's whole life insurance. who's gonna start? well, it's guaranteed acceptance for people over age 50. they don't have to take a physical or answer any health questions. and it gives them peace of mind knowing that their family has some insurance to help cover funeral costs. and other final expenses. great point, and that's something everybody needs to plan for, especially in this economy. it costs just $9.95 a month per unit. it's an affordable way to provide protection for loved ones. yes, and that rate never goes up. and their coverage never goes down because of their age. they can get permanent insurance at a price that fits into their budget. alex: do you want to help protect your loved ones from the burden of
penn had been his famous essay on world peace is in 1693 and it was the concept to what the united nations was to them. did the promoters mention that? and the fact that the united nations actually shares the new calendar birthday as the booby prize? >> they did make that connection with the first day but from the beginning there was reference to william penn especially as a world citizen and then franklin as the same way. they were playing all the historic cards in portraying philadelphia as a world place which is a contemporary concern as well. there was also another promoter who was promoting the area around the media that was very persistent and his argument is all about william penn. the should be in pennsylvania but he did not want it in this city and did not want that setting. said he pushed the area around and brought a number of northeastern pennsylvania communities and to the competition like places then the pope knows that came in at his urging to make that connection but to try to be modern and historic at the same time the diplomats were in the business suits flying on
for one year at penn or a state-supported institution. $54,000 interestingly enough is a little bit by the 20% of the meeting the price of a house in the united states. so it is the new g.i. bill for american children in 2012. it is not infested. everybody gets it. it can be used for two things and to do two things that are. although i can help children from zero to 18, i can at least reset the game at age 18. it's a restart. so with all disadvantage that have been at least it has the financial wherewithal to be a homeowner or to get advanced education. the second aspect of the is to rebuild the middle-class. i just don't see any social policies on the horizon. the election is over. we've heard everything the candidates had to say. not once have anything intelligent but this is how you rebuild the american middle class. so little tiny boat, not all that tells three stories. what doesn't work and why it doesn't work, what does work, what could work and how to make it work. >> host: professor gelles, and you and you come at this in a liberal or conservative point of view? imagine fox
/11. >> in penn station in newark, all the ambulance into their. a bunch of army guys and i believe -- [indiscernible] , it seems likey it is not safe. they are learning from teh bombings.nd the president is set to arrive momentarily. there has been tight security around the area of charles street. tonight he is the keynote speaker for what is being called the previous celebration for the grand opening of the university of baltimore law school posing a building. any of events involving the vice president will have had the security and secret services and snowiest. -- the security efforts have doubled inside and outside the building. >> increased sweep of the building, extra manpower from our perspective and all aware around. -- securityor furry in the backstage crew there assuming there are telling us. >> this event is not open to the public. the audience will be filled with political dignitaries, dignitaries from the school and owners. you have to go through a metal detector. this event has been on the vice president was a schedule for some time. more on themuch pass from emlen bec
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but powerful picker upper, bounty select-a-size. >> the life insurance policies through the colonial penn patriot program came in the mail today. >> good. you know, i'm really glad we got this insurance. dad taught me so much, especially how important it is to protect the ones you love. these policies will help do that if anything ever happens to either one of us. >> right, it was easy to apply for the coverage. >> it was. we answered a few simple health questions, didn't even have to take a physical, so we didn't miss any time from work. >> and it's affordable. it had to fit in to our budget, which isn't an easy thing to do these days. ♪ >> with a term life insurance policy through the colonial penn patriot program, you can help ease the burden of the unexpected. this coverage is guaranteed renewable to age 90, and your benefit will not decrease, regardless of your age or any changes to your health. call or click now to get a free quote for up to $50,000 of coverage at an affordable price. there's no medical exam. just answer a few simple health questions. it's easy to get started. >>
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, what's that? >> it's an ad for the colonial penn patriot program, offering up to $50,000 of life insurance. you know, we could really use more coverage. says there are a few simple health questions and you don't have to take a physical. it should be pretty easy to apply. ♪ >> with a term life insurance policy through the colonial penn patriot program, you can help ease the burden of the unexpected, and help your family cope financially. term is the simplest form of life insurance. this coverage is guaranteed renewable to age 90, and your benefit will not decrease, regardless of your age or any changes to your health. call or click now and you can get a free quote for up to $50,000 of coverage at an affordable price with no medical exam. just answer a few simple health questions. it's that easy to get started. call now and an experienced representative located in the united states will assist you. >> your grandfather taught me how to protect my family, and one day you'll do the same for yours. thanks, dad. happy birthday. ♪
penn program. you're right. it was affordable, and we were guaranteed acceptance. guaranteed acceptance? it means you can't be turned down because of your health. you don't have to take a physical or answer any health questions. they don't care about your aches and pains. well, how do you know? did you speak to alex trebek? because i have a policy myself. it costs just $9.95 a month per unit. it's perfect for my budget. my rate will never go up. and my coverage will never go down because of my age. affordable coverage and guaranteed acceptance? we should give them a call. do you want to help protect your loved ones from the burden of final expenses? if you're between 50 and 85, you can get quality insurance that does not require any health questions or a medical exam. your rate of $9.95 a month per unit will never increase, and your coverage will never decrease -- that's guaranteed. so join the six million people who have already called about this insurance. whether you're getting new insurance or supplementing what you already have, call now and ask one of their representatives about a
honor society, and i was out in penn state- that's why i didn't read the papers- i was at penn state at a conference, a national conference, and flew into harrisburg. and i don't know what you call god's country, but harrisburg, you know, near the amish and all that, is kind of like god's country. these weren't amish people, but i walked by the restaurant, and there's an elderly couple, and they're sitting at a table, and the woman has a little bowl of soup in front of her, and she's sitting there quietly, and her husband is praying grace for her, you know, and just sitting there. that's- she doesn't pray the grace; the man- the man's not eating. but she wanted some soup. so they're sitting at the table, she's just very piously sitting there waiting for him to finish his prayer. and i watched him. you know, it went on for, you know, a good four or five minutes of praying, and while the soup's there. and i thought, you know, in an airport restaurant, you know, the freneticness, you know, modernity travel, and here are these people that- you know, was it a law, was it custom, or was it
use the targeted route from new york's penn station to toronto every year. and the service crosses one of the most spectacular bridges in north america. sources tell abc news the plan involved planting bombs to blow up tracks and derail the trains. >> by derailing a train they were actually -- we were looking at a real threat to kill people, hurt people. >> reporter: the two arrested suspects had allegedly begun surveillance of trains in the toronto area, but authorities had been watching them since august of last year and the plot was disrupted before it became operational. here is one of the suspects in handcuffs, escorted by police. and an unexpected twist. canadian authorities claim there is a link to al qaeda in iran. >> the significance of this investigation was that it involved domestic plan, domestic attack planning being supported by al qaeda. >> reporter: it's part of al qaeda's playbook. documents obtained from osama bin laden's secret compound revealed he had been urging followers to derail a train in the u.s. to kill passengers. so far there is no indication this plot is t
university. number two, u-penn. number one, harvard. 2,964, alumni worth $622 billion. i am a billionaire in idea. here's the polka! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka >>> this morning on "world news now" -- explosive developments. fbi agents real i the suspected boston marathon bombers had a target in mind. find out what stopped them. >>> everything is gone. property owners in the midwest flood zone cannot believe how much they lost as a threat for even more flooding and agony lingers for days. >> life threatening, child resistant medicine packages may be anything but. see how quickly your kids can get into trouble and what you can do to stop children from taking medicine they shouldn't have. >>> in trouble, again. heart throb singer justin bieber's latest run-in with police. what investigators discovered on his tour bus coming up in "the skinny" on this friday, april 26th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> good morning, everybody. we begin this half-hour with stunning news from the investigation into the boston marat
you seek out specific colleges and universities? >> we started in philadelphia at penn and drexel. because of its proximity to the office, and then to new york tomorrow we launch in california at stanford and cal. neil: who do you seek out? >> we look for builders, people who have built something, that could be something on-line. neil: they have to have the process involving a little bit. >> this is for vet esteem -- investment team, we're doing first round capital is a venture capital fund we look to find students who want to run a start up that is a venture capital fund on campus. we fund them with half a million, then, they make the investment decisions. so the students are actually identifying the talent,. neil: it could befell low o students? >> it designed to just befell low students. >> we chose for investment team we focused on drexel and penn, then we said you could invest in any start up run by a full time student in greater philadelphia region, in new york, investment team made from students of nyu, cornell tech campus, and columbia and princeton. neil: is tech the the
, while at least one suspect remains at large. >> we're going to head to new york's penn station when we come right back and give you the lay of the land right there. stay with us. our live, continuing coverage of the developments out of boston continue. every step of the process, making it easier to try filters and strategies... to get a list of equity options... evaluate them with our p&l calculator... and execute faster with our more intuitive trade ticket. i'm greg stevens and i helped create fidelity's options platform. it's one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. >>> welcome back. authorities have suspended all amtrak service between new york and boston. brian shactman is now at penn station in new york city with the story. brian? >> yeah, maria, what's making life very difficult is all major bus companies have pretty much done the same, and talking to the port authority, people inside penn station, if you want to get to boston or northern new england, you can rent a car or fly into logan airport. we know
enough to meet her fans. early this week, the unnamed cub and her mom explored the outdoor tiger penn. the pair can be seen outside the lion house from 2:00 to 4:00 and will be named by the winner of a zoo fundraiser. if you want more information on that go to abc7 news and click on "see it on tv." >> okay, good morning, everyone, we are coming up on 11:21 and live doppler 7 hd, it is dry. we are picking up gusty winds. you can see the area along the coast and now in the southeast a small craft advisory from until 3:00 tomorrow afternoon with choppy seas. the haze shows all hanging around but right now we have brighter and calmer continues so the haze will hang around. it will not be here this weekend because it will be windy with temperatures above average today to below average on sunday and above average next week, spring seesaw and roller coaster. looking from south beach, you cannot see far because of the haze and temperature in san francisco and oakland and san jose is low-to-mid 60's and palo alto in the mid-60's. mill valley is 68. walnut creek is at 74. walnut creek, you can
and her mom explored the outdoor tiger penn. the pair can be seen outside the lion house from 2:00 to 4:00 and will be named by the winner of a zoo fundraiser. if you want more information on that go to abc7 news and click on "see it on tv." >> okay, good morning, everyone, we are coming up on 11:21 and live doppler 7 hd, it is dry. we are picking up gusty winds. you can see the area along the coast and now in the southeast a small craft advisory from until 3:00 tomorrow afternoon with choppy seas. the haze shows all hanging around but right now we have brighter and calmer continues so the haze will hang around. it will not be here this weekend because it will be windy with temperatures above average today to below average on sunday and above average next week, spring seesaw and roller coaster. looking from south beach, you cannot see far because of the haze and temperature in san francisco and oakland and san jose is low-to-mid 60's and palo alto in the mid-60's. mill valley is 68. walnut creek is at 74. walnut creek, you can see it is not so hazy inland east bay valley with temperatur
and religious studies at penn state. >> you talk to people about their major faith experiences. something like 90% of people will think about something that happened to them out in the woods, on mountain somewhere. somewhere along the beach. something about the natural environment, the environment around us right now. that really speaks to people. and speaks to us about, of a higher power. >> the green muslim board members meet once a week to discuss teachin from the koran about protecting the earth. sara says the prophet mohammed was a tree hugger literally because he actually hugged a tree after he heard it wailing. >> it just shows so much about his character as a compassionate being and it helps me be more compassionate and to really live more lightly in this world. >> they also get their hands dirty. working at a local farm, cleaning up parks and renting out reusable dinnerware. >> we started renting out reusable dinnerware as a way to get individuals to lessen their waste. so instead of wasting a bunch of styrofoam. we take our table waiware and t it home and wash it. we had 600, 700 peo
penn laid out the city, he actually chose a spot of land that had a lot of groundwater. however, by 1730, 30,000 people lived within the first seven blocks of philadelphia, next to the delaware river. well, 30,000 people caused filth in the city and polluted their water sources. the groundwater was not potable. and in one year, 1/6 of the population died of yellow fever. now, they didn't know at the time that yellow fever was carried by mosquitoes. but the health issue was major in that first movement to build a water system. narrator: so they set out to find the cleanest source of water. although the majority of philadelphia's water now comes from the delaware river, early engineers found that development along the waterfront was causing pollution. so their search led them to the nearby schuylkill river. philadelphia developed technologies to pump water from the river into the city. these technologies established engineering concepts that are still the basis for our water systems today. europeans flocked here. it was a destination point to see the new world technology. when cha
passenger line that partners with canadian's via rail. thousands use the route from new york's penn station to toronto every year. the service crosses one of the most spectacular bridges in north america. sources tell abc news the plan was to plant bombs and derail the train. >> by derailing the train, we were looking at a real threat to kill people, hurt people. >> reporter: the two arrested suspects had allegedly begun surveillance of trains in the toronto area. but authorities
, also expect to see more security at transportation locations around baltimore, including penn station and light rail. although there has been no specific credible threat here in the city tbs security awareness level for all of baltimore is elevated. >> in light of the fact we have a 9-game home stand with the orioles, we will be paying attention and delaval ploying resources. we are evaluating all special events taking place and adjusting as necessary. >> reporter: tonight's game starts at 7:05, the rays by the way were in boston playing the red sox hours before the bombing at the marathon. linda so, abc2 news. >>> thank you. would you know what to do if you found yourself in a situation? we reached out to experts at signal 88. here is what they told abc 2 news. be prepared before a large event like a marathon or baseball game, coordinate with your family and friends for specific meeting locations should something go wrong. scout out a place to find cover d follow directions given to you by security personal. when you arrive at crowded place, go with the crowd and not against it. stay
on unsuspecting women. dennis allen is a high-tech entrepreneur who claims degrees from harvard, mit, and penn state. he is a landlord, too, for years renting rooms inside his chevy chase home to young professional women, who as these photos shown, he had been secretly video recording in their most private moments with intimate partners. sometimes through windows, sometimes using a spy camera hidden in what looked like a smoke detector. this tee tenant said she noticed them. >> the smoke detectors would beep, and mine didn't do anything. >> not only did she steal these women's privacy, he stole their peace of mind. >> he'll be released on $5,000 bail and be sentenced in july. most importantly, the judge ordered him not to rent rooms in his house to anyone anymore. in rockville, scott broom, wusa9. >> here's a head's up for anybody with family or friends visiting d.c. this summer. probably a lot of you. the smithsonian plans to close some exhibits starting sometime after may 1. blame it on all those across the board budget cuts. the smithsonian says it lost $41 million under the cutback.
-- presence and extra equipment. at penn station amtrak, too had a k9. it's more than just places. it's events. the university slough baltimore law school is -- of baltimore law school is showing off its impressive new building. the governor, mayor and vice-president of the united states, joe biden are expected. secret service was on hand for a walk through. since yesterday there's even more attention being paid to security detail. >> we've been planning this event for a number of monltsd. we've always had security in mind but with the horrific incidence in boston, that's ratcheting it up a bit. >> reporter: there are upcoming events the department will watch, too. the iconic flag atop federal hill is at half-staff. below it, the soul of the city 10-k is planned to begin and end in that neighborhood. they are working with ems services to make sure the safety procedures are reviewed and additional resources in place, all of it as a precaution as the investigation tells authorities who, why and how those explosions happened. >>> now commissioner anthony batts stresses there's no credible or spec
at transportation locations including penn station and light rail, there has been no specific credible threat here in the city , the security awareness level for all of baltimore is elevated. >>> the game against tampa bay will start at 7:05, we want to mention that tampa bay was in boston playing against the red sox yesterday, hours before the explosion happened. lynette >>> look for the helpers, that's what mr. rogers was told when he saw scary things on the news that was reposted millions of times since yesterday's events in boston. thousands of people showed kindness, a google document lists names and phone numbers in and phone numbers of people around boston willing to help. a spare couch, a guest bed or a shower or a meal. it started at 4:30 yesterday afternoon, people are still adding to it right now. when the runners cross the finish line, many of them kept going to donate blood to the red cross. many people donated 7 last night, red cross, this tweet saying due to the jeep rossty of the donors, we don't need anymore blood at this time. >>> we are following the story at breaking news situa
life insurance through the colonial penn program. you're right. it was affordable, and we were guaranteed acceptance. guaranteed acceptance? it means you can't be turned down because of your health. you don't have to take a physical or answer any health questions. they don't care about your aches and pains. well, how do you know? did you speak to alex trebek? because i have a policy myself. it costs just $9.95 a month per unit. it's perfect for my budget. my rate will never go up. and my coverage will never go down because of my age. affordable coverage and guaranteed acceptance? we should give them a call. do you want to help protect your loved ones from the burden of final expenses? if you're between 50 and 85, you can get quality insurance that does not require any health questions or a medical exam. your rate of $9.95 a month per unit will never increase, and your coverage will never decrease -- that's guaranteed. so join the six million people who have already called about this insurance. whether you're getting new insurance or supplementing what you already have, call now
mark penn and what he said he was doing during hillary clinton's presidential campaign. penn tried out, in this flattering memo, it was margaret thatcher as a role model. we are more thatcher than anyone else. there is a yearning for a kind of tough single parent. and he wanted hillary clinton to model herself after margaret thatcher. do you think she'll still be doing that if she runs again? >> no. i think that serves as a model for leadership, but on the campaign trail, it plays differently. if we look back at hillary clinton's 2008 campaign and some of her most memorable moments were the ones where she showed sensitivity. >> probably for certain reporters of a certain age, you can't help -- you know, we haven't had an american woman president. the closest thing for americans to see a woman world leader is margaret thatcher. >> rather than compare someone to thatcher, if you can compare hillary clinton to a governor, clinton has gathered foreign policy where we see her more like a mini president in that stature. she's gotten thatcher already. >> and you know what strikes me? there ar
intensively used... to find out, bill sanders and dave webster, archaeologists from penn state university, began a project in 1980 that would span a decade of work. sanders: before we srted the copan project, we knew a great deal about copan. and its history was very similar to that of many classic maya sites. there was a long period of population growth, of political evolution, peaking around 800 a.d., and then the dynastic sequence ends shortly afterwards. and within a short period, the valley seems to have been abandoned. what we didn't know was anything about the factors and the mechanisms and the processes that produced this peculiar population history. and what we decided to do was a series of excavations and surveys which would allow us to find out how big the population was, how it was distributed on the landscape, how those people made a living off of this landscape, what the various social classes and social groupings were, and finally, hopefully, to get enough chronological information to find out how long this whole process of fluorescence and decline required. keach: their go
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